The Marie Little OAM Shield in an annual tournament that provides women with an intellectual disability the chance to compete at a national level.
Named after disability netball pioneer, Marie Little OAM, the competitions sees teams from each state compete.
Victoria have won the Shield twice, in 2013 and 2014.
2018 Marie Little OAM Shield Team
|Anna-Maria Picak||GD, GK||Geelong West Giants|
|Bianca Lauricella||C, WA, WD||Taylors Lake Football Netball Club &The Wimmera Whippets Football and Netball Club|
|Brooke Baker||GD, GK, GS||Drouin All Abilities|
|Grace Dean||C, WA, WD||Eastern All Abilities|
|Larissa Haines||WA, WD||Ringwood North Netball Club|
|Loretta Devlin-Smith||GS, GA||Bell Post Hill|
|Rachael Potter||C, WA, GA||Ringwood North Netball Club – MENA|
|Renay Hall||WA, C, WD||Parkville All Abilities|
|Sky Grace||GD, GK||Warrnambool City Netball Association|
|Stephanie Weller||GS, GA||Eastern AA|
2018 Marie Little OAM Shield Training Partner
2018 Marie Little OAM Shield Coaches
Head Coach: Naomi Linossier
Assistant Coach: Emma Ryde